Dan is joined by Myke Hurley to talk about his next new adventure and independence.
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Merlin Mann on Apple, WWDC, sleep habits and home entertainment.
Patreon 101 / Social Media / Marketing / Content Marketing / Twitter / Blogging / Tumblr / Facebook / LinkedIn / Google+ / Inspire / Teach / Writing / Publishing : Patreon 101
Hey there podcasters! If you’re looking for a cool new way for your listeners to help support you, then this episode is for you! Patreon is a fairly new website that works kind of like Kickstarter but it’s for ongoing support. Patreons can help by supporting your podcast monthly or per episodes. There are several ways your listener can show support as well as cool methods for you to use to show yours as well.
My apologies for being away, life has taken me away… doesn’t look like that’s going to change anytime soon but I’ll still muster the strenght to release an episode when I can. Thanks for listening, thank you for all the positive words about the show! It’s so nice to hear that it’s actually helping new podcasters as well as those that have been doing it for awhile. It keeps me going! Please share this show with all of your podcasting friends!
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“The world has an expectation that your story will make logical sense.”
This episode features Clockwork media CEO, co-founder of Geek Girls Guide, and author Nancy Lyons. Nancy talks about the collaborative nature of her design and technology solutions work. She talks about starting Geek Girls Guide to demystify technology and how technology folks talk about their work. She shares how she became driven to fight for equality by being a part of the Family Equality Council and how she tries to live her values in her work and in her life. And she shares what it’s like to be an adoptive parent in a same-sex relationship.
“Creating an environment where we foster a lived equality is something much more intentional.”
Marco Arment swings by Systematic to help Brett get started on his new life as an independent developer.
Dan talks about the risks of coasting, being energized, making your passion your work, regaining independence, and staying in your job with calls from listeners.
John Gruber on Vesper
Dan is joined by a familiar guest, Marco Arment, to take calls and discuss Marco’s very recent sale of Instapaper.
Writer and Commentator Patrick Rhone joins Brett to talk about conquering challenges and career decisions.
Rob Corddry guests to talk about screenwriting, GTD, workflows and why we spend our free time fiddling.
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